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I'm the Rose part of:

Rose, C. and Smith, M.D. (2002-2013)
Mathematical Statistics with Mathematica
Springer-Verlag / mathStatica

and one of the original developers of the mathStatica software add-on for Mathematica. I'm a long-time Mma fan since v2, ... a past Visiting Scholar at Wolfram Research, ... a recent guest editor of The Mathematica Journal, ... and a current editor of the Journal of Statistical Software.


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comment Conditional Expectation — How can Mathematica find a more general closed form?
@SethChandler If you also wish to generalise $X \sim Uniform(0,1)$ to $X \sim Uniform(a,b)$ ... since you have $1-X$, do you not need to assume that $0<x<1$ i.e. that $0\le a <b \le1 $?
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comment Conditional Expectation — How can Mathematica find a more general closed form?
@SethChandler Hi Seth. Yes - mathStatica is fully compatible with v10. As to the general cases, have just tried: ...... f = 1/(d - c); domain[f] = {{x, 0, 1}, {y, c, d}} && {0 < c < d}; ... and that works perfectly, just following exactly the same steps.
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revised Conditional Expectation — How can Mathematica find a more general closed form?
Suggest adding probability tag
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Creating a new list by dropping sub elements of the original list
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comment Conditional Expectation — How can Mathematica find a more general closed form?
Hi @SethChandler - I've added a second answer: the tweak you seek. :)
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Generate particals in a cube zone: Need code optimizion
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answered Transforming a CopulaDistribution only works with the Product Copula
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Simulated Annealing for NMinimize[] always returning the same solution
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comment Mma 10: Half the parallel power (Mac Pro)?
* v9 SINGLE-core: NPKDEPlot[data, bandwidths, {15, 25}] // AbsoluteTiming -----------> 23 seconds $$\text{ }$$ * v10 SINGLE-core: NPKDEPlot[data, bandwidths, {15, 25}] // AbsoluteTiming -----------> 42 seconds $$\text{ }$$As a guess, the v9 vs v10 timing difference might be due to increased plot points used under v10 (just a guess??) ... but the v9 vs v10 timing is not the issue here: it is the v10 timings on the same computer that are the subject of interest.
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comment Mma 10: Half the parallel power (Mac Pro)?
@rcollyer mathStatica's NPKDEPlot function uses ParallelTable[Plot[ Funky ] ] to produce each separate curve on a separate kernel, where Funky is a Compiled application of (Map of Total of some Ifs and Buts).